The Kindred Spirit Society
Help keep Merrie-Woode a thriving and treasured place for future generations, as it was during Dammie Day’s time. Dammie left a lasting legacy of integrity and the value of living a life of service to others. While camp has grown and flourished over the years, it has remained a haven relatively untouched by time and has held fast to the traditions and values set by Dammie so long ago.
Consider one of the simplest and most rewarding gifts you can make to Camp Merrie-Woode: a bequest in your will or other estate plans. Many of us want to provide generously for the organizations we cherish, in addition to our loved ones. A bequest of any size in your estate plans can shape the future of Merrie-Woode and ensure its vitality for generations to come. Become a Kindred Spirit today.
For more information, contact Denice Dunn at email@example.com.
Contact your financial advisor for your estate planning needs.
“As a young girl, I was taught by my parents to give back to any institution that had helped mold me as a person – church, school, college, camp, etc. There is no place that has meant more to me than Merrie-Woode. Every time I drive into camp and look across that beautiful lake and at Old Bald, I am so thankful that Merrie-Woode is alive and well and that the young women of today can still have the wonderful experience I had as a camper many years ago. Planned giving is a great way to make a meaningful end-of-life gift to this place of rarest beauty.” –Nancy Conkle Swann, Camper 1955 – 1958